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is trying to find shelter for an el sobrante family after fire damaged their home. the attic fire sent one firefighter to the hospital with minor injuries. residents inside smelled smoke before the alarm went off. the fire caused at least $80,000 in damage. >>> right now pg&e crews are working to fully restore power at san francisco's city hall. last night a small fire in the electrical room in the basement triggered the smoke alarms and formed the evacuation of the about. the fire department tells us there's just minor damage to the electrical room and they aren't sure how it started. city hall should be open for business as usual today. >>> sierra lamar's accused killer faces new charges this morning. 21-year-old antolin garcia torres was been charged with trying to kidnap three other victims during three cam,ing in 2009. lamar disappeared in march of this year. torres was arrested in may for her kidnapping and murder even though lamar's body has not been found. >>> we are getting a look at two men suspected of kidnapping a woman and driving her from atm to atm in the east bay. walnut cr
this morning in a fire in el sobrante. the injury happened at a home with a fire in the attic. all residents got out safely. >>> traffic and weather on your wednesday coming up right after the break. ,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the usual commute toward the pay gate backed up through the maze, 20 minutes while they turn the metering lights on. elsewhere, westbound 237 a little stop and go. you can see it from this live traffic camera in milpitas. looks like that to sanger road. that's your "timesaver traffic." for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> what a gorgeous sunrise today. and a beautiful day ahead as high pressure holding strong now, a few high clouds drifting overhead making the skies prettier this morning. temperatures in the 30s in some of the valleys so chilly, 40s and 50s elsewhere but by the afternoon get a load of this, 60s even some low 70s at the coastline. mid-70s in some of the warmest valleys. enjoy it. this will be the nicest one, cooler tomorrow, maybe rain on friday. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,, ,,
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, director's award for a shootout el he'smacdill front gate. he is known as a hard charger. what comes with that, though, a bitof people i spoke with worked with him, there was a bit f ban edge to him at guantanamo bay as an sborinterrogator, lef with bad blood. in this case, of course, when the agents stopped briefing him on the case that he brought in that he wasn't assigned to, he went outside the congress reporting that. now he has asked for histleblower status. going to on is, is he going to ee in some kind of trouble? we don't know yet. >> other big question, front page of the wall street journal today is about some tension between the cia director, david petraeus, and the head of the was that petraeus, as this stuff was about to break, wanted han had back and put out his own timeline in benghazi, a different timeline than had been put out by the white house. petraeus this suggest? >> david petraeus comes into the cia as a military guy that everybody is looking at, he's at, to tne of us, who says i can challengthe challenge. i can defend my own agencies re here. i can show the tr
, and it is already making a killing overseas. one of our superstars cnn ireporter's name is julie el ellerton got to sit down with the cast in new york last month. >> some men are coming to kill us. they'er thi we're going to kill them first. >> i really loved it. >> great. >> i think this is the best one. >> do you? >> exceptional. >> thank you, thank you. >> how much influence do you have over the script? >> i'd like to take an awful lot but whether they listen to me, they're just pretending. i'm very much involved. i mean i don't try and sort of control it, i just kind of, the criteria in our hand was the best bond we can make so therefore let's get everything bond into it. john logan sat in on rehearsals and was really generous, because i was probably a little bit kind of, i hope he forgives me but he just went away and he'd go away and come back with great dialogue and witty dialogue, a lightness of touch that i really wanted to get into the film. >> there's no shame in saying you've lost a step. >> were you a james bond fan? >> of course, i'm 43 years old so since i was 12 years old when i
$600 million for a mexican drug cartel. he is a former board member for the el paso symphony orchestra. what do we know about this del gado person? >> as you said, he was very active in his community, donated money, also started his own scholarship fund for the advancement of latino students who want to major in public policy and administration. and now, you know, we hear that there is another side. we hear he is a really nice guy. but perhaps the allegations are that he has laundered $600 million for a drug cartel. >> well, his lawyer, obviously, says he is innocent. he says he is innocent. he will have to spend 20 years -- what? >> well, the max is 60 years, they will take into account, has he had a prior history. >> well, the question is, will he pay the money back? >> well, this was not a restitution where he stole money, he laundered, it was not as if he was out there stealing legitimate money from a businessman, he is accused of taking the money from a drug cartel, who got it through illicit businesses, and sort of clean it, hence, the term laundering money. >>> and charges behin
from robert els. any chance to talk about bengahzi and to wide then so-called scandal and any way to portray it as the next watergate if you ignore the fact that in bengahzi there were public hearings 30 days after the fact and watergate took two years because there was a criminal coverup. if you ignore that part, they're similar. fox news went bonkers on the benghazi story. clear up to the election they used it to portray obama in these dark fantasies. they were literally talking about how obama had watched a live video stream of the attack and heard the cries for help, and he ordered that no one go and rescue our american soldiers. they were so far into this dark fantasy. and one other quick point and i think it was one of the most shameful facts i've ever seen on fox news. the night after sandy literally drowned the new york city metropolitan area, sean hannity appeared on fox news that night and talked about bengahzi for an hour. he had no interest in the fact that fox's hometown of new york city had been decimated by the storm. >> jennifer: i thought they blamed the storm on
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was 65 degrees. 25 years ago, there was the big veterans day snowstorm here in washington. mild el there. 68-73. mild temperatures stay with us. winds will continue out of the south. monday intoate tuesday. showers and maybe 0.5 inches of rain. look for temperatures to drop down into the lower-50's. >> thanks for watching. we hope you
and el dorado. the extreme conditions have caused accidents, many involved cars are getting stuck in the snow or like that one just skidding off the road. >>> skiers and snow boaters are getting ready to hit the slopes. squaw valley sent these pictures of their preparations, they have received a foot of new snow. they and alpine plan to open on wednesday november 21st. just in time for the thanksgiving weekend. >> police officer killed in the line of duty but not a criminal who fired the fatal shot. the story that has a police department in mourning. >> and a tribute to the first man on the moon and why you can leave your cash at home if you are headed to the state park this weekend. >> and a live look outside. that's the approach to the bay bridge right there. pretty calm on this saturday morning. time now 7:13. you are watching mornings on 23. . >>> a beautiful shot, of the sun right there over the bay area. it's a bit nippy, low 30s to low 40s across the area. >> a bay area highway patrol officer killed in the line of duty was remembered in a special evening. thea night of
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. and the president yesterday made clear that mike el morrell, who has been the assistant deputy director will take over the acting director position. he's been at that agency for more than 30 years. he's a career intelligence professional. he has been on top of the benghazi investigation leading the agency's efforts on that from day one, from the very dpinidpi beginning. he is going to be in the hot seat answering the questions from the congressional oversight committee on thursday. but i think in terms of worrying about whether general petraeus' admission and his resignation are going to affect the actual work of the cia, i wouldn't worry so much about that. people will be very focused on the answers he gives about what the cia knew and what it told the white house about benghazi. >> certainly. and this all happened with a tip, right? the fbi began investigating this after a tip. how has the fbi, would you say, been handling this? >> you know, they do what they do, which is try not to say too much officially about any possible investigations. now, i will tell you that cnn -- a source told cnn tha
are see eling classified info, the very fact that he's been compromised is the threat itself. >> right. none of us have access to what was actually in the e-mails. but, so we don't -- >> doesn't matter. >> what we have to do is trust the fbi judgment at the this point until we have other information that contradicts it that there was no national security implication regarding this affair. now, to take jay's argument, i think, to its logical conclusion, the argument would be that anytime anybody has access to national security information, top secret information, be that person is engaged in an extramarital affair as such they could potentially be blackmailed, then it is the fbi's duty to inform congress and the executive agency. that would mean that anytime a member of congress is involved in an extramarital affair, that all the congressional committees should be notified -- >> no. >> because that's -- megyn: no, i want to jump in because -- hold on, hold on. >> top secret information as well. >> not what i said. megyn: i want to focus right now on the attorney general because we do un
some kind of tax increase for the wealthiest americans? >> well, there's a couple of el elements at play. one thing is that none of this will be determined public, right? if the president and john boehner were able to get that room and hammer out a deal and just sign it maybe they can get something done. each has a lot of factions to get done. john boehner is in an interesting position given some members of his republican caucus have lost their seats and they're looking at a lame duck. so some of the things you're hearing from capitol hill now are figure out a quick fix, a patch for the end of the year, and then really sit down at the table and try to negotiate on those numbers. that $250,000 number, that's exactly the point. that could definitely slide. and that's an area where you think the white house is probably a little bit more willing to negotiate. >> what do you think ultimately this is going to come down to, perry? is it going to be who's going to blink first? >> yes. it will come down to who's going to blink first. i don't think the president is going to blink on his in
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because obamas was re-ele re-elected to a second term? >> is he blaming president obama for that. the coal industry has been struggling for a while. it's an industry under a lot of pressure. now this ceo is blaming president obama because of increased regulation, which he says is the cause for sort of the troubles that the coal industry is going through. now what the ceo does say is that he has decided that these layoffs are necessary to prep for a potential slowdown in production over the next four years. and wall street, it had the same idea last week. we saw coal stocks sell off right after election day. now coal production hit a historical high in 2008. it tumbled a year later but stail stabilized. the reality is that it's kind of hard to blame obama for everything. utility companies have been ditching coal for natural gas, which is cheaper and cleaner and new rules go into effect in 2015 that will make coal production and coal-fired power plants even more expensive to run. those rules, by the way, carol, stem from the clean air act signed into law by richard nixon. carol? >> you don't
down with him, so clear how much more there was to him besides just the chisell eled b. he is a sculptor. foot rubs in return from jenna and so in love with his wife. >> so in love with his wife, which is sexy. >> he is ready to be a dad. he is ready to just have his family. he is as well rounded -- you hope for the perfect package, channing is it, a good guy. >> the beauty, you can page through this and see lots and lots of sexy guys, you have the chill guy section, on that list, love this list, my favorite, george clooney, hugh jackman and blake shelton. >> that is a hot trifecta. >> well, george, of course. we asked these guys what is your idea of a good time? george said his idea is friends and family, late night different on some lake in italy. >> lake como, right? >> and then blake shelton, being at home watching the arizona cardinals game. >> normalcy. >> look at blake. let's see that. >> exactly. and he just loves his family. he is all about pancakes, having a flat white, australian for a latte. >> a section in here called ed shades of grey" not what you think. guy
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